Lynn Ware Peek
Longtime city employee, Pace Eriksen, was thanked for his service at last week’s city council meeting, on the eve of his retirement from his 28 year stint as a committed city employee. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Park City area trails saw some extra visitors on Saturday. A group of attendees of the National Land Trust Alliance annual rally came to Park City to take a tour of Park City’s Open Space from the seat of a mountain Bike.
Today on This Green Earth, Chris Cherniak and Lynn Ware Peek interview Craig Childs. In his book, Apocalyptic Planet – Field Guide to the Everending Earth, Craig Childs takes us on a first hand journey through the apocalypse including barren deserts, volcanic islands, and genetic wastelands in the middle of America.
All three area ski resorts have surpassed the $100 mark for a day lift ticket for the coming ski season – that’s if you walk up to the ticket window without taking advantage of the many online and early season deals. Lynn Ware Peek reports.
It’s no secret that tourism and specifically skiing creates this town’s biggest industry. Attracting skiers to our slopes is now expanding to the country with potentially the largest skier base in the world – China.
Kimball Art Center has a wide variety of course offering for their Fall Art program with classes starting in the next few weeks.
There are only 3 LEED Platinum certified residences in Utah and one of those is on Marsac Ave in Park City. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Gambling in Utah can be a reality – at the Winter Sports School Casino Royale fundraiser this weekend. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Utah Governor Gary Herbert put on his apron – over his suit and tie – and served lunch at Park City High School Wednesday. That was after he presented the school with an award as the “Top AP” high school in Utah. Lynn Ware Peek has more.